I've had the privilege of attending numerous rallies throughout my life, and they've consistently been a powerful and emotional experience, brimming with energy, hope, and sometimes, expressions of anger and frustration. One of the most memorable experiences from my teenage years was witnessing the epic pre-revolutionary rallies in Tehran, Iran, which ultimately led to the exile of the last king, the Shah.
As I grew older, I found inspiration in the stories of heroes like Mahatma Gandhi and Reverend Martin Luther King and their legendary rallies. In the early eighties, the "Anti-Nuclear March in New York City" stood out as one of the most impactful rallies I've ever witnessed. To the best of my recollection, it played a significant role in the government's decision to sign a nuclear armament treaty with Russia.